PGIMER Chandigarh Recruitment 2017 – Scientist, Junior Research Fellow

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh has recently invited applications for the various post of Scientist, Junior Research Fellow on contract basis at Department of Pulmonary Medicine for project titled “Impact of Climate Change on air quality including pollens and their relation with symptoms and control among patients with chronic respiratory diseases”. Candidates who’s age is not more than as specified in PGIMER Chandigarh jobs notification and having qualification of MPH/ M.Sc/ M.Tech/ M.E from the university/ Institute recognized by the Government of India with relevant experience (if any) are eligible to apply for the post.

Jobs Opportunity in Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER) details:

  1. Scientist B – 01
  2. Junior Research Fellow – 01

Educational Qualification:

  1. Scientist B – MPH/ M.Sc (Life Science/ Environmental Science/ Statistics)/ M.Tech/ M.E
  2. Junior Research Fellow – MPH or M.Sc (Environmental Science/ Statistics) or M.Tech/ M.E in Environmental Science & Engineering/ Engineering

Selection Procedure:

Candidates have to appear for Written Test and/or Interview.

How To Apply:

Eligible candidates shall submit application in prescribe format along with self attested photocopies of the mark sheets, testimonials proving age, cast certificates and experience proof to the below address:

To,
The Room No 109,
School of Public Helath, PGIMER, Chandigarh

Important Date:

Form Submission Last Date : 27/04/2017 upto 03:00 pm
Interview Date and Time (For Sr. No. 01) : 29/04/2017 @ 10:00 am
Interview Date and Time (For Sr. No. 02) : 29/04/2017 @ 11:30 am
Venue : Committe Room, School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh

Official Source of PGIMER Chandigarh Recruitment 2017

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